To me there is not the "I" and the "non-I", the high and the low. There is illusion, which you call the "I", and there is that supreme, ever-renewing intelligence, which is life itself, in which there is not the "I". I cannot explain it, because what can be explained is not true. You will know that living reality for yourself when all illusions have ceased; and there is illusion as long as there is a want, which is different from needs.
Early Writings, Volume VII
Talks at Adyar, India 1932-33